[Plant-biology] Re: Plantbio Digest, Vol 17, Issue 9

artemuse via plantbio%40net.bio.net (by artemuse from yahoo.com)
Thu Oct 26 13:48:40 EST 2006

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  Roseroot, Sedum rosea  From album Wildflowers of Alaska by member   
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Today's Topics:

1. Does Sedum rosea - roseroot sometimes have red flowers in the
UK? (suzanne)


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Date: 25 Oct 2006 11:02:56 -0700
From: "suzanne" 
Subject: [Plant-biology] Does Sedum rosea - roseroot sometimes have
red flowers in the UK?
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Hi, I am in the Outer Hebrides, islands off the North West coast of

I have been shown a wild plant that looks just like Sedum rosea only
with red flowers and just 2 inches tall.

My reference books only describe S. rosea with yellow flowers, and the
flora for the islands shows no similar members of the stonecrop family
growing here. I found Sedum integrifolium on line which looks just like
it, but the habitat seems all wrong - my one grows by a sea cliff.

Does anyone know if Sedum rosea sometimes has red flowers, or if there
is a red-flowered different species which looks like roseroot growing
wild in the UK?


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